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Allegations of corruption might dent PN’s green wave
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THE longevity of the present unity government under Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim seems to be the focus of most Malaysians.

It is argued that if the government fails to sustain or even increase Malay support, the chances of its survival might be in question.

In the 15th General Election (GE15), Pakatan Harapan (PH) might have obtained an average of more than 20% of Malay support.

Recent polls do not give much confidence to the unity government, both random and non-random. Opinion polls are important indicators of political trends, but there is a discernible gap between what is projected and what is reality.

At best, these polls are more like mere guides than anything else.

The last GE15 was in November 2022, state elections might be held in June 2023. Much water might have flowed under the bridge during the intervening period.

The green wave might have catapulted Perikatan Nasional’s (PN) success in the last GE15 with more than 50% of Malay support. Whether this record can be sustained in the state elections in seven months remains to be seen.

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